So... Exactly How Crappy Is This Mixer?
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    Default So... Exactly How Crappy Is This Mixer?

    Got this as a bonus in a CL purchase and am trying to decide what to do with it. I already have a TTM-56 and a PMC05 as a backup, so I'm pretty good in the mixer department. Moreso just wondering if I even have a chance of pulling $20 or so for it, considering it didn't come with a power cord.


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    Not really worth much of anything, you might find an older mobile dj who wants it for $20 on craigslist who knows.

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    just keep it in a space in your room one day it's going to be retro
    why you need 20$ anyway

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    ^^ so I can say I got my MK2 for $140 instead of $160 :P

    But more just cuz I don't think I will ever use it and it will end up just taking up space. Like I said, I already have a TTM-56 in solid condition which is more or less indestructible, and I have a tank of a PMC05 for a backup. Both are better mixers than this Numark (other than the fact that this has 3 channels), so I don't really ever see myself using this

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    It's a rackmount club installation mixer. They sell new in the UK for about 70. As to whether you can find anyone who wants it, it depends if you can find anyone who's prepared to use a mixer without individual channel EQs.

    To be honest, I'd value the time I'd have to spend trying to sell it at more than 20 bucks
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    maybe a nice DJ decoration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redcon1 View Post
    Moreso just wondering if I even have a chance of pulling $20 or so for it, considering it didn't come with a power cord.
    Take it to pawn shop or a music store. (American examples would be Guitar Center & Sam Ash.), If they won't buy it, sell it at your next garage sale for $5, or throw it in the trash.

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    Its illegal to throw this kind of things to trash in USA i think jajajaja
    chemicals and that sh1t

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    Quote Originally Posted by Machete View Post
    Its illegal to throw this kind of things to trash in USA i think jajajaja
    chemicals and that sh1t
    Not illegal, just a pain.

    First you have to find where they take electronics, than you have to take it there. And most likely will end up having to pay a disposal fee, for taking the time & making the effort to throw it away properly, instead of just (illegally) throwing it in your curb's trash can like 99% of the other people do.

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    JAJAJA it's kinda cold just throw it away like that
    I put it on a wall maybe I get some other OLD equipment and i start a little retro techtools collection

    But nobody give me nothing free never :C

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